her husband, sargent shriver, who helped launch the peace corps. her husband, tim, recalled a remarkable scene. >> i remember very clearly, i don't remember exactly what age, five or six years old, i remember looking out my window in the morning and see people come from institutions, get off yellow school buss, empty into the backyard, raise the american flag, sing songs and then fan out for kickball or for swimming or for horseback riding in this beautiful maryland farm. it took me a long time to realize that that wasn't normal, you know, to have 100 or so young people with intellectual disabilities in your backyard, wasn't a normal summer activity. >> woodruff: that fall, her brother, the president, was assassinated. >> sargent shriver, eunice, and three of the four children are among the visitors at the grave. >> woodruff: five years later, another assassination -- this time her younger brother, bobby. but just one month after, she launched the first-ever special olympics in chicago.